Category: AskConnie

Introducing… Profit Personas™!

Reading Time: 8 minutes Introducing… Profit Personas™! by Connie VanderzandenOne of the things I’ve learned in my 30 years of experience working with entrepreneurs is that there are 4 main business personality types or personas. One of my goals for 2021 has been to take these personas and crystallize them into a way that helps you make better business and […]

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If Money took a StrengthsFinder Test

Reading Time: 6 minutes If Money took a StrengthsFinder Test by Connie VanderzandenIt’s no secret I’m a big fan of using personality assessments and similar tools in order to improve my communication and other interpersonal skills, especially when it comes to working with my team. So I got to wondering… What if Money took the Clifton StrengthsFinder test? Which strengths […]

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6 Ways Money Talks & How it Influences Our Communication Styles

Reading Time: 7 minutes 6 Ways Money Talks & How it Influences Our Communication Styles by Connie VanderzandenCan you remember the moment you realized that money influences when and how others communicate with you? I certainly can and SPOILER ALERT! It was not my finest moment. 🤦‍♀️What do I mean by influence? I’m talking about the intersection between another person’s expectations […]

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Yes, It’s Possible to Make a Business Plan for 2021.

Reading Time: 8 minutes Yes, It’s Possible to Make a Business Plan for 2021. Here’s How. by Connie VanderzandenThere is something special about opening up a brand new planner… so clean, so fresh, and so full of possibilities. Yet when I opened up a new planner on the weekend, (by the way, the Full Focus Planner in French Blue has the […]

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Tough-Love Ways to Increase Your Profit

Reading Time: 6 minutes Tough-Love Ways to Increase Your Profit by Connie VanderzandenRecently, I was having a conversation with a fellow business owner about the Going Beyond Revenue Cash Handling System, when they asked me a question that stopped ME in my tracks.(Hint: this is often where a third party, one that isn’t emotionally attached to your business, makes for […]

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